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Kobe Bryant's death in a helicopter crash had been predicted in a 2012 Tweet goes viral

Kobe Bryant's death together with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others has shocked the world on Sunday, sending millions in mourning for his untimely death. 

However, a tweet sent on November 13, 2012 has sent another shockwaves over a freaky information from a random user who allegedly predicted Bryant's death in a helicopter crash. 

"Kobe is going to end up dying in a helicopter crash," a Twitter user with the nickname "Noso" said in the tweeter post.

Fans slammed the user, demanded to delete the more than 7 year-old tweet. The user named .Noso apologised, saying "I am sorry" after the news broke out on Monday morning.

The user, however, did not remove the old post despite social media users request.

Fans was quick to respond in exchange, to examine the authenticity of the tweet.

One user said: "How did you use Carbon V2.5 in 2012 while V2.4.31 was released in 2015?" said one user.

Another replied: "This doesn't prove that it's fake. All of the tweets from this account around this date are sent from "Carbon v2.5". It has to be a Twitter bug or something".

"The original Carbon app launched in 2011 (see their old username @CarbonAndroid). It did exist when this was posted," added another user.

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